Expériences des soins de soutien des femmes atteintes de cancer du sein vivant en milieu rural : étude qualitative et description interprétative

Joanne Loughery, Roberta Woodgate

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Au Canada, le cancer du sein est le type de cancer le plus fréquent chez les femmes. Malgré tout, la recherche s’est peu intéressée aux besoins en matière de soins de soutien des femmes des régions rurales aux prises avec cette maladie. L’objectif de la présente étude qualitative est donc de mieux comprendre les expériences de soins de soutien des Manitobaines qui vivent en milieu rural et qui doivent subir des traitements pour un cancer du sein invasif. Le phénomène a été exploré à l’aide d’un devis qualitatif, descriptif et interprétatif. Vingt femmes de quatre régies régionales de la santé ont participé à l’étude. Des entrevues semi-structurées conduites en personne ont permis de recueillir les données, qui ont par la suite été soumises à une analyse qualitative interprétative. Les résultats obtenus brossent un portrait holistique des expériences vécues par les femmes atteintes de cancer du sein qui reflète à la fois les aspects positifs et négatifs de la ruralité. Les recommandations pragmatiques, formulées à partir des résultats de l’étude, orienteront la pratique infirmière et la prestation des services.


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